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University of Miami Business Law Review - UMBLR

University of Miami Business Law Review - UMBLR The University of Miami Business Law Review ("UMBLR") is a legal journal concentrating on issues arising in any field related to emerging business issues.

The University of Miami Business Law Review (the “Review” or “UMBLR”; ISSN: 2376-404X) was first published as a club journal by the Business Law Society and later vested as a formal law review, the University of Miami Business Law Journal (ISSN: 1047-2819) in 1991. In 1997, UMBLR absorbed the University of Miami Sports and Entertainment Law Review (ISSN: 8756-3991) under its brand. The Review stri

The University of Miami Business Law Review (the “Review” or “UMBLR”; ISSN: 2376-404X) was first published as a club journal by the Business Law Society and later vested as a formal law review, the University of Miami Business Law Journal (ISSN: 1047-2819) in 1991. In 1997, UMBLR absorbed the University of Miami Sports and Entertainment Law Review (ISSN: 8756-3991) under its brand. The Review stri

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Join us on March 4 via Zoom for the UMBLR 2022 Online Symposium: Mainstreet vs. Wallstreet: The Democratization of Inves...
02/24/2022

Join us on March 4 via Zoom for the UMBLR 2022 Online Symposium: Mainstreet vs. Wallstreet: The Democratization of Investing. The symposium will be moderated by Professor Marcia Narine Weldon, who is the director of the Transactional Skills Program, Faculty Coordinator of the Business Compliance & Sustainability Concentration, and a Lecturer in Law at the University of Miami School of Law. Register here: https://business-law-review.law.miami.edu/online-exclusives/online-symposium-2022/

The Board of Editors of the Business Law Review is pleased to announce our recent issue publication of Volume 30, Issue ...
12/14/2021

The Board of Editors of the Business Law Review is pleased to announce our recent issue publication of Volume 30, Issue 1. The online publication can be viewed at: https://business-law-review.law.miami.edu/issues/

Issue 1 discusses current topics such as air rights, tax issues relating to COVID-19, residential real estate, and family businesses. Moreover, this Issue highlights subject matter relating to dispute resolution, administrative law, and property law. Please reach out through our website with any comments and responses. Thank you for supporting the University of Miami Business Law Review.

Check out our latest UMBLR Blog post! Written by Jaclyn Sanchez, this post explains recent legal challenges to employer ...
12/09/2021
The Question That Has Businesses Scratching Their Heads: To Mandate COVID-19 Vaccines or to Not Mandate COVID-19 Vaccines

Check out our latest UMBLR Blog post! Written by Jaclyn Sanchez, this post explains recent legal challenges to employer vaccine mandates.

https://business-law-review.law.miami.edu/question-businesses-scratching-heads-mandate-covid-19-vaccines-mandate-covid-19-vaccines/

Photo by NIH/NIAID via Flickr. The Question That Has Businesses Scratching Their Heads: To Mandate COVID-19 Vaccines or to Not Mandate COVID-19 Vaccines Jaclyn Sanchez – On October 13, 2021, a federal district court in Texas halted United Airlines’ vaccination mandate, temporarily keeping unvacc...

Check out our latest UMBLR Blog post! Written by Taylor F. Dias, this post discusses U.S. efforts to regulate hydrofluor...
11/17/2021
Recent U.S. Hydrofluorocarbon Regulation Shows Climate Commitment Prior to COP 26

Check out our latest UMBLR Blog post! Written by Taylor F. Dias, this post discusses U.S. efforts to regulate hydrofluorocarbon emissions before COP26.

https://business-law-review.law.miami.edu/u-s-hydrofluorocarbon-regulation-shows-climate-commitment-prior-cop-26/

Photo by Kevin Gill via Flickr. Recent U.S. Hydrofluorocarbon Regulation Shows Climate Commitment Prior to COP 26 Taylor F. Dias – On August 9, 2021, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released its sixth assessment report containing its latest findings on climate change. The Unit...

Be sure to check out our latest Insight Blog post! Written by Sarah D. Angress, this post discusses how the Migratory Bi...
11/10/2021
When Accidents Lead to Federal Prosecution: The Unintentional Killings of Birds by Wind Turbines

Be sure to check out our latest Insight Blog post! Written by Sarah D. Angress, this post discusses how the Migratory Bird Treaty Act may impact wind farm operators.

https://business-law-review.law.miami.edu/accidents-lead-federal-prosecution-unintentional-killings-birds-wind-turbines/

Photo by moonjazz via Flickr. When Accidents Lead to Federal Prosecution: The Unintentional Killings of Birds by Wind Turbines Sarah D. Angress – With the increasing need for environmental sustainability, society has developed new technologies to better reduce humanity’s carbon footprint. Yet, t...

Be sure to check out our latest Insight Blog! Written by Natalia Garcia Baerga, this post explores the potential impact ...
11/05/2021
Covid-19 Pandemic – What’s Next for Small Businesses and Corporations?

Be sure to check out our latest Insight Blog! Written by Natalia Garcia Baerga, this post explores the potential impact of COVID-19 on corporate bankruptcy rates.

https://business-law-review.law.miami.edu/covid-19-pandemic-whats-small-businesses-corporations/

Photo by Daniel Foster via Flickr. Covid-19 Pandemic – What’s Next for Small Businesses and Corporations? Natalia Garcia Baerga – Throughout history, monitoring bankruptcies has been an effective way of understanding the current economic status and business cycle. However, it seems this relati...

Check out our latest Insight Blog post! Written by Gabriella Coffield,  this post discusses conservatorship law reforms ...
11/01/2021
Toxic Conservatorships: How the “Free Britney” Movement Has Catalyzed Reform in Conservatorship Laws

Check out our latest Insight Blog post! Written by Gabriella Coffield, this post discusses conservatorship law reforms prompted by the Free Britney movement.

https://business-law-review.law.miami.edu/toxic-conservatorships-free-britney-movement-catalyzed-reform-conservatorship-laws/

Photo by blogtrepreneur.com/li via Flickr. Toxic Conservatorships: How the “Free Britney” Movement Has Catalyzed Reform in Conservatorship Laws Gabriella Coffield – Many have probably heard the phrase “Free Britney” at least once over the past decade from the media. The phrase refers to th...

Make sure to check out our latest Insight Blog post! Written by Nicolas T. Geraci, this post explains why retail investo...
10/20/2021
Form 13F: The Retail Investors Best Friend and Worst Enemy

Make sure to check out our latest Insight Blog post! Written by Nicolas T. Geraci, this post explains why retail investors should be cautious when using Form 13F filings to plan trading strategies.
https://business-law-review.law.miami.edu/form-13f-retail-investors-friend-worst-enemy/

Photo by www.tradingacademy.com via Flickr. Form 13F: The Retail Investors Best Friend and Worst Enemy Nicolas T. Geraci – Would you believe me if I told you there was a place where an investor could deduce what stocks leading fund managers are buying or selling? A place other than Wall Street Bet...

Be sure to attend our Zoom networking event this Thursday that will be co-hosted by the Business Law Society and Intelle...
10/18/2021

Be sure to attend our Zoom networking event this Thursday that will be co-hosted by the Business Law Society and Intellectual Property Law Society!

Make sure to check out our latest Insight Blog! Written by Oliver Ray Duke, this post explores how the Infrastructure In...
10/07/2021
The Infrastructure Bill’s Hidden Effect on Cryptocurrency

Make sure to check out our latest Insight Blog! Written by Oliver Ray Duke, this post explores how the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act may require more cryptocurrency brokers, validators, and miners to comply with I.R.S. reporting requirements.

https://business-law-review.law.miami.edu/infrastructure-bills-hidden-effect-cryptocurrency/

Photo by ETC/Flickr. The Infrastructure Bill’s Hidden Effect on Cryptocurrency Oliver Ray Duke – One of the Biden Administration’s key agenda items is H.R. 3684, otherwise known as the “Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act” (the “Infrastructure Bill”). According to President Biden’...

Make sure to check out our latest Insight Blog of the year! Written by Alexa Rosen, this post explains a new rule adopte...
09/28/2021
SEC Approves Nasdaq’s Proposal to Increase Board Diversity

Make sure to check out our latest Insight Blog of the year! Written by Alexa Rosen, this post explains a new rule adopted by the Nasdaq Stock Market that aims to promote diversity on corporate boards.

https://business-law-review.law.miami.edu/sec-approves-nasdaqs-proposal-increase-board-diversity/

Photo by UN Women/Ryan Brown via Flickr. SEC Approves Nasdaq’s Proposal to Increase Board Diversity Alexa Rosen – Made effective on August 6, 2021, by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”), the Nasdaq Stock Market (“Nasdaq”) will now require each Nasdaq-listed company, subj...

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